3 Ways to Do More with Less Stress

Christina El MoussaReal Estate Investing0 Comments

It is easier to be more productive if you figure out how to work with less stress. These tips will help you get it all done even when you are overwhelmed.

It is easier to be more productive if you figure out how to work with less stress. These tips will help you get it all done even when you are overwhelmed.When I first started designing the renovations for our fix-and-flip houses, I would get really overwhelmed with how much there was to do. I’d walk into a disgusting house that was falling down around my shoulders, and I’d think, “Oh my god, there’s so much to do… Where do I even start?” When I actually got started, though, and I got more and more done, I found that it really wasn’t that bad at all. Sure, we had some pretty huge house flipping projects, and the design aspect was just the first part of the job for me, but if I could find ways to de-stress and really apply myself, I got a lot more done in a lot less time.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how it’s become so much easier to work on multiple houses at once and to keep the flow going with our real estate investing business. A lot of that has been trial and error as we’ve learned the industry, but a lot of it has also been learning tricks to be more productive and get more done with less stress. Here are a few things that I recommend for every Success Path student and house flipper to get it all done, even when it feels totally overwhelming.

PLAN OUT YOUR WHOLE DAY

This works better for some people first thing in the morning. Others find that they do better when they plan their day the night before. Either way, before you dive into the day, take some time to plan it out. Figure out what you need to do and create a schedule.

I like to plan something quick that will make me feel accomplished and inspired for first thing in the morning. Then, right after that, I like to tackle one of the tasks I’d rather put off. Then I can order the rest of the day with things I look forward to doing. This gives my day structure, keeps me on task, and prevents me from looking around and going, “There’s so much to do! What do I do next!?”

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